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to do it with the names. dzhokhar tsarnaev telling authorities how and why they planned the attack. >> good morning. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in serious condition here but now he is facing serious charges as well. the use of a weapon of mass destruction and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. he was arraigned from his hospital bed before a federal magistrate who determine he was alert, mentally competent and lucid. and now we know he has begun to communicate. he was able to nod during this hearing and he said one word -- "no" -- when asked if he could afford a lawyer. court papers line out the time saying tsarnaev was caught in the area before the bombing 11 minutes before and was seen fiddling with his cell phone shortly before the blast. tsarnaev is communicating with authorities revealing the internet provided a lot of information on this attack and there was no foreign help. sources tell abc that tsarnaev claims they had no direct financing from governments or rogue groups -- or rogue groups overseas, and that the younger brother may not have known about this
marathon, they're finally getting some answers from one of the alleged attackers 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. tsarnaev was visited yesterday by a judge who formally arraigned him and read him his rights in his hospital room after which tsarnaev nodded he understood the charges against him. according to "the washington post," tsarnaev cited the united states military actions in iraq and afghanistan as two of the motives for the attack in boston. meanwhile, several political figures question the fbi's 2011 investigation into his older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev claiming the fbi was not as thorough as it should have been. the fbi's monitoring a foreign-born citizens living within the u.s. is more complex than is being acknowledged. fbi surveillance is more complex than simply targeting people who look like they might be terrorists as former congressman joe walsh would have you think. >> we're at war and this country got a stark reminder last week, again, that we're at war. and not only should we take a pause, when it comes to our immigration, we need to begin profiling who our enemy is
. the fbi says dzhokhar tsarnaev has been having difficulty speaking because of a neck wound. the fbi says the 19-year-old is now claiming his older brother was the driving force behind this and did it because of islam and no international terrorist groups were involved. >>> we're hearing from more victims of the bombing. a 32-year-old woman lost her foot and part of her lower leg in the explosion and is stick struggling to come to -- struggling -- still struggling to come to terms with what happened. >> despite her loss, she says she's determined to dance again. she's a ballroom instructor. coming up at 7:30, we'll very continuing coverage. >>> an east bay lawyer accused of delivering a hit list for her client is facing a disbarment hearing later today. the chauncey bailey reports attorney lorna brown is accused of smugging the hit list -- smuggling the hit list from her client out of jail. the list contained those expected to testify against yusef bey. >>> later today, the contra costa board of supervisors will consider closing two more five stations. the budget -- fire stations. there's
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